Wild and Scenic Film Festival

This year, we are hosting the Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour to raise funds for our Stream Team Water Quality Monitoring Program and to increase understanding of healthy watersheds in our community. The festival will be Saturday May 6th, 2017 at Indigeny Reserve in Sonora.

Stream Team is a local volunteer program organized by TCRCD. Volunteers dedicate the first Saturday of each month to make sure the streams in Tuolumne County are healthy.

A social hour will be from 7:30pm -8:30pm, where people can purchase drinks from Indigeny or pizza from Old Skool Pies. Silent Pine will be playing during the social hour. They are a local rock/indie band out of Groveland.

The outdoor screening will be from 8:30pm-11:00pm with 8 short films to be featured. Seating is first come first serve. Bring a blanket and/or chair!

Raffles and giveaways will be announced during intermission!

General Admission Tickets: $20

Tickets will be sold at:

Union Hill Coffee 

63 N Washington, Sonora

Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-3pm

or

Sierra Nevada Adventure Co.

173 S Washington, Sonora

Hours: Daily 10am-6pm

or

Mountain Sage Coffee

18652 Main St, Groveland

Hours: Daily 7am-3pm

"Our Waters" film program:

Native Waters - Rio Grande

Amy Marquis, Dana Romanoff, Sinjin Eberle

The Super Salmon

Ryan Peterson

One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts

Peter Byck, Hal Honigsberg, Todd Johnson and FlexiP, Ming Tai, Jim and Paula Crown Director Peter Byck’s               short film

The Elwha Undammed: What’s a River For?

Jeff Gersh, David Fox, Diana Wilmar, Jan Mulder, Greg Bedinger

Milk & Honey

Justin Clifton, Chris Cresci, Sinjin Eberle, Maite Arce

Pale Blue Dot

Chin Li Zhi

Selah: Water from Stone

Ben Masters, John Aldrich, Tito West, Skip Hobbie

The High Divide

Eric Bendick, Roshan Patel, Grizzly Creek Films

Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District

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